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My Vietnam By Ed Kugler
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My Vietnam is a one of a kind look at the Vietnam War. In a small high school in Montana, a project was begun over a decade ago. One teacher at Frenchtown High School and two veterans started what is... More > now the Frenchtown Vietnam Symposium. There is a history class on the Vietnam War and each year in May the seniors in the class host the Symposium. They invite up to forty Vietnam War vet's to come and discuss the war, their role in it, and they are honored by the students. My Vietnam is a book featuring thirteen Montana veterans telling what 'their' Vietnam was like. What makes it one of a kind is that these vet's are from all services, many military occupations from Marine sniper to fighter pilot, grunts and artillerymen. They cover many years of the war and they answer twenty-six of the most commonly asked questions by the students each year. My Vietnam is very special, heart warming and healing for all. You won't want to miss this special look at the war that shook our nation to its core.< Less
Twelve Years a Slave - The Narrative of Solomon Northup By C. Stephen Badgley & Solomon Northup
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Solomon Northup, age 33, a well-educated black man who was born into freedom, resided with his wife and three children in his native state of New York. Solomon was kidnapped and sold into slavery in... More > our nation's capital...Washington, D.C. Solomon was sold and transported to Louisiana where he spent twelve long years of suffering, degradation, whippings and hard labor as a slave. Slavery was an everyday fact of life from the earliest settlement of this country up to the end of the Civil War. In the 1840's there were many white people who opposed this concept of forced labor and the maltreatment of fellow human beings. The voices of these abolitionists were becoming louder...even in the heart of the south. One of these, Samuel Bass, a Canadian by birth, put his own life in jeopardy to free Solomon. This book gives, in chilling detail, an account of a way of life that hopefully will never, ever, occur again in this great country... the "Land of the Free!"< Less
Wake Treasures, Vol 18, Issue No 1 By Wake County Genealogical Society
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Wake Treasures, Vol XVIII, Issue No 1 (Winter/Spring 2008). Wake Treasures is the bi-annual Journal of the Wake County Genealogical Society. Issue contents are: Wills Are Found in County Records,... More > Right? + Statewide Name Lists of the Civil War Era, 1861-1869 Part 8: North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Oregon + Courthouse Records + Aycock-Rowland Data + Rowland and Aycock Cemetery – Updated 2007 + Heart of Apex Swept by Fire + Profile of John Hinton + Wake County Court Papers (found at UNC-CH, Willis G. Briggs Collection #3077) + Officials of Wake County, 1771 through 1870s + Wake County Deed Book R (pgs 240-250) + Wake County Divorce Records 1831-1910 (Snipes to Strickland) + Direct Tax of 1815 and 1816 + Passport for William Jones + Early History of Johnston County + NC Yearbook – 1911 + Full Name Index< Less
Politically - Uncorrect: Twentythree Years as Conservative Columnists A Compilation of 238 Columns By Stanley Katten & Geraldine Katten
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This large 396 page book contains 159 newspaper plus 79 newsletter columns published from 1994 to 2018 covering major issues of seven presidential terms, some of which persist or have recurred. They... More > go to the heart of the issues. Some offer practical solutions still relevant today to stop the enveloping socialism of the liberal extremists - the antithesis of the democratic republic created by the constitution.1/3 deal with federal duplicated or ineffective programs, wasteful spending, unfair taxes, excess regulation, energy and environmental policies and executive orders. 1/3 cover California state, county and city “tax and spend” excesses, anti-business and anti-job over-regulation, and environmental extremism. Several are relevant to other states and cities. Issues include Social Security, health care, national debt, border porousness and immigration, defense and security, Free World stability, peace and leadership. 1/3 present unique non-political information.< Less
The Big Grass By June C. deBoer
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A Civil War Epic ~ A classic southern “Gone With the Wind” but shorter! Journey into New Orleans 1800s, the calm before the storm of the war against slavery, North against South, and all... More > things to forever change the hearts and souls of the Old South. Slaves called the sugar cane the Big Grass. Louisiana plantations, powered by slavery, was the story of survival. Planter Jeff Lareshe, heir to the Cypresses Plantation on the Mississippi River outside New Orleans, is committed to uphold the family legacy intrusted to him. Jeff’s childhood love for the river and its ships lead him to dream that one day he would become a sea captain, an unrequited dream that haunts him throughout his life. Buried deep in his psyche, it is what troubles him when he must rely on slave labor for the plantation’s success. His beliefs and decisions create turmoil in his life, including his marriage to the beautiful Amelia Kingston, a Boston socialite who harbors aloof ideas about her duties as mistress of a big plantation.< Less
Wake Treasures, Vol 18, Issue No 1 By Wake County Genealogical Society
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Wake Treasures, Vol XVIII, Issue No 1 (Winter/Spring 2008). Wake Treasures is the bi-annual Journal of the Wake County Genealogical Society. Issue contents are: Wills Are Found in County Records,... More > Right? + Statewide Name Lists of the Civil War Era, 1861-1869 Part 8: North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Oregon + Courthouse Records + Aycock-Rowland Data + Rowland and Aycock Cemetery – Updated 2007 + Heart of Apex Swept by Fire + Profile of John Hinton + Wake County Court Papers (found at UNC-CH, Willis G. Briggs Collection #3077) + Officials of Wake County, 1771 through 1870s + Wake County Deed Book R (pgs 240-250) + Wake County Divorce Records 1831-1910 (Snipes to Strickland) + Direct Tax of 1815 and 1816 + Passport for William Jones + Early History of Johnston County + NC Yearbook – 1911 + Full Name Index< Less
History of the West with Jemmey Fletcher: Ride to Rendezvous By Cody Assmann
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Jemmey Fletcher was born in a dirt floor Missouri homestead in 1821, at a time when America was set to expand into her new western lands. Growing up, Jemmey plowed the soil, did the chores, and split... More > wood like any lad would have done. In his heart though, Jemmey never was cut out for the farmer life. As the American frontier expanded west, Jemmey knew he would have to live on the very edge, experiencing a rough and tumble life as he hammered out a living from the land. Little did he know the adventures that lay ahead. History of the West with Jemmey Fletcher; Ride to Rendezvous follows young Jemmey Fletcher as he decides to leave his Missouri homestead, and strike out for the mountains. Along the way he meets a colorful mountain man named Laramie, who breaks the greenhorn in. As Jemmey makes his way to a mountain man rendezvous, he’ll have to battle hunger, thunderstorms, attacking Indians, and most often himself to find out if he has what it takes to be a Rocky Mountain trapper.< Less
The Hills and the Vale By Richard Jefferies
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: John Richard Jefferies (6 November 1848 – 14 August 1887)... More > was an English nature writer, noted for his depiction of English rural life in essays, books of natural history, and novels. His childhood on a small Wiltshire farm had a great influence on him and provides the background to all his major works of fiction.Jeffries' corpus of writings includes a diversity of genres and topics, including Bevis (1882), a classic children's book, and After London (1885), an early work of science fiction. For much of his adult life, he suffered from tuberculosis, and his struggles with the illness and with poverty also play a role in his writing. Jefferies valued and cultivated an intensity of feeling in his experience of the world around him, a cultivation that he describes in detail in The Story of My Heart (1883). Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Jefferies< Less
Young Folks' History of Rome By Charlotte M. (Charlotte Mary) Yonge
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Charlotte Mary Yonge (11 August 1823 – 24 May 1901) was an... More > English novelist known for her huge output, now mostly out of print.Charlotte Mary Yonge was born in Otterbourne, Hampshire, England, on 11 August 1823 to William Yonge and Fanny Yonge, née Bargus. She was educated at home by her father, studying Latin, Greek, French, Euclid and algebra. Her father's lessons could be harsh:He required a diligence and accuracy that were utterly alien to me. He thundered at me so that nobody could bear to hear it, and often reduced me to tears, but his approbation was so delightful that it was a delicious stimulus... I believe, in spite of all breezes over my innate slovenliness, it would have broken our hearts to leave off working together. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlotte_Mary_Yonge< Less
Family Stories from Madison County, New York By Charles E. Page
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Charles E. Page, the third generation of his family to farm in Madison County, New York, wrote Family Stories from Madison County, New York, from the events recorded in his grandmother's journals and... More > his own personal diaries. Excerpts from his grandmother's journals record the day to day events of Madison County family farm life from 1885 to the 1940's. Now in his 80’s, Charles E. Page has lived in Madison County all his life as did his parents and grandparents. In writing this book, he is passing on an idea of how he lived and what he saw and heard in the three generations of his family’s life in Madison County. The events described are as he remembered them. These heart-warming stories will inspire you to begin writing your own family stories. All proceeds from the sale of this book benefit the Mary King Research Library fund of the Madison County Historical Society.< Less

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